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Ibe Dailv IFlebrashan
VOL. XII. NO. 40
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13, 1912.
Price 5 Cents
MOSSE FACES SLUMP
SOPHS TAKE BRACE
RALLY ON FRIDAY
NON-COMMI88IONED OFFICER8 OF
REGIMENT A88IGNED PLACE8.
NEW POSITION IS Q.M. SERGEANT
Equipment Issued Last Evening -Suits
Will Be Given Out During
Rest of Week Drill With
After three months of waiting on the
part of the Bophomores and upper
claBBmen who applied for positions in
the cadet regiment, the following non
commiBHioned officers wore appointed
by Commandant Bowman laBt even
ing: Company A Quartermaster ser
geant, Trumble; other sergeants,
Graul, Graham and Chapin; corporalB,
Wild, Olson and Lee.
Company 13 Quartermaster ser
geant, Clark; other sergeants, Young,
Hospord and Dowell; corporals, Schek,
Shunway and Daker.
Company C Quartermaster sor
geant, Versaw, other sergeants, Flans
burg, MarcelhiB and Carson; corporal,
Company I) Quartermaster ser
geant, Pier; other sergeants, Dresher,
Latrop and Carson; corporals, McMas
ter and Hough.
Company E Quartermaster ser
geant, Bunting; other sergeants, Bau
man and Hopke; corporals, Kavan,
Company F Quartermaster ser
geant, Noble; other sergeants, Christy,
Temple and Aronson; corporals, Frank,
Whisenand, Underland, Meyer and
Company G Quartermaster ser
geant, Lehen; other sergeants, Phil
lips, Hewitt, Mllott; corporals, Shaw,
Soug, Green, Hansen.
Company I Quartermaster ser
geant, Edison; other sergeants, Cow
gill, Kunkel, Wood; corporals, BateH,
Company K Quartermaster ser
geant, Parkinson; other sergeants,
Stewart, Spooner and Klngery; cor
porals, Hampton and Taylor.
Company M Quartermaster Ber
geant, Doll; other sergeants, Allison,
Anderson and Fleetwood; corporals,
King and Nlcholls.
V. D. Smith has been appointed sec
ond lieutenant, as assistant to the in
spector of rifle practice. Pearson was
appointed sergeant-major of the first
Equipment was issued last evening
and the new suits which arrived Mon
day will bo given out to the men of the
different companies during the remain
der of this- week and next, and here
aftor all men will be required to drill
in uniforms and with full equipment.
Cap and Color.
A meeting of cap and color commit
tee In M. hall today at 12 o'olock. New
members bo sure to come. Berkley
A. ThomaB, chairman.
KAN8A8 MENTOR FIND8 DEFI
CIENCY IN LINE 8ERIOU8.
FIGHTING SPIRIT AT LOW EBB
Nevertheless, K. U. Backers Refuse to
Accept Rival Dopesters Views
Hard Scrimmage the Order
After Washburn Game.
LAWRENCE, KaB., Nov. 12. (Spe
cial to the Dally Nebraskan, by E. B.
Hackney.) With but four days to pre
pare for Nebraska and not two weeks'
time before the Missouri game, the
situation which faces the Jayhawker
coaches is one that would cause many
a coach to give up all hope.
Truly the situation iB one which
can only be solved by hard work. But
three men seem to have their positions
cinched in the line. They are Helvern'outs met with a listless response, con
at center, Weidline at guard, and
tain Brownloe at end. All the rest of
the positions must be assigned to
some man on short notice and to
whom they will go seems to be as
much a question as ever.
Fighting Spirit Weak.
Then in addition to the deficiency
In the kicking that must oe remeuieu
Is the lack of Vfcght that has been ex-
hlblted by the Mosse-Frank warriors
at times. True the defense put up
under tho shadow of the KanBas goal
posts haB been of the A No. 1 variety.
But just the opposite has usually beon
the case in mldfleld defensive work.
Tho Jayhawkers will fight for one
down and loaf on the next. Their
tackling also has beon weak and not
up to the standard of former years, i hers of the team have been picked, but , present to Inspire the loyal rooters by
Very rarely Is a man thrown with I the chairman of tho committee refuses I their presence at the rally Home
sufflclent force to hurt him. to divulge their identity, preferring to coming week should bring the old
However, If the Kansans show the acquaint the freshmen with them in'gra(jB n from al directions, and there
kind of fight which was exhibited by j plenty of time, but not until then. wju no donljt be a goodly number
KansaB In former years the outcome Whether it is through fear of divulg- Lr(.8C,t to contribute their unlimited
of the next two games will not being information detrimental to their iHUI)I))y of Nebraska pep for the occa
nearly so certain as certain Cornhusk- IntereBts or it 1b Borne diplomatic coup Hon
er and Tiger sport writers dope it to
be. On the other "hand, if KanBas dis-
plays no more Interest In the contest
man was siiown ul iujiuku, u.u .,,-
., , . m I... ,l.rt I..,,
hawk wlll undoubtedly iobo me re-,in the Temple at 11:30 and all sopho
malning favorite tall feathers. mores willing to help destroy the prec-
Everybody Works at Jayhawk Camp. e(jont of the last two years, when the
Work Is tho watchword of the Kan -
sas coaches and the first night after
the return from Topeka was spent in
a hard scrimmage. Very few of the
froshman regulars wore in sulta.
Neither Dalton, Bishop, Bottomly,
James nor Burton, regulars on the
freBhman eleven, were out, and the
Kansas backs plowed through the
freshman for large galnB. Parker, Mil
ler and Cbolidge started the scrim
mage in the backfield.
In the line Bramwell and Tudor
played guard and Coleman took Burn
ham'B place at tackle. Milton and
Price were used at end.
Most of the time was spent in teach
ing the men offensive plays and no
attention was" given to the defense.
The coaches wlll probably spend most
of the week on this point.
AVAILABLE MATERIAL FOR OLYM
PICS NOW LINED UP.
KEEPING INFORMATION1 SECRET
Refuse to Divulge the Identity of
Tteam 'Final Rally Will Be Held
Thursday in Temple Build
ing at 11:30.
Action on the Olympics in the sopho
more clasB has been slowly gathering
force and prospects for a spirited
Bcrap by the Becond-year men nre as
suming BeriouB proportions. At first
even the moBt conservative were doubt
ing the ability of the Bophs to over
come the weight of the freshmen num
bers, but present plans show that a
determined stand 1b being taken.
The first call for candidates for try
Cap-jtrasted with the enthusiastic turnout
of the freshman. Bryan, chairmnn of
the Bophomoro committee, took UiIb
'reverse as an excuse for some rapid
i work and began rounding up the avail-
able material. In the events, all but
the grand slam, the individual work
of members of the clasB will do much
towaru raising mo score, since inese
men are experienced in the meet of
last year. But It is the rush, made
clangorous by the hordes of freshmen
who usually turn out to thiB event,
that the second-year men are bending
their energies toward taking.
The general attitude of the sophB is the alumni, and it is expected that
that of one holding on to a weighty j numerous prominent alumni will be
secret, for thus far their work has present. All alumni here for the Kan
been largely in the dark. The mom-'8a8 game nn cordially urged to be
i8 not known, the fact remains that
but their information haB been jeal
A flna, ra)ly wl be hekJ Thursday
,fre8nmen nave captured the Olympics
with comparative ease and set a rec
ord for their own class, that of win
ning for two years In succession, will
be expected to help crowd tho theater
to the doors. Hank.
STOCKMEN TO VISIT FARM.
Union Stockyards Men from Omaha to
Be Guests of Secretary Stryker.
A number of stockmen from tho
Union Stockyards In South Omaha wlll
be guests of the College of Agriculture
next Saturday. Secretary Stryker of
the stockmen's untyn has made ar
rangements for their entertainment,
including their attendance at the Kansas-Nebraska
game. J. R. 'W.
OLD-TIME CORNHU8KER FOOT
BALL "PEP" TO BE AROU8ED.
TO TRY NEW SONGS AND YELLS
Glee Club Will Assist In Rendition
Old Grade Expected to Tell Rem
iniscences and Arouse Real
Spirit In Undergrade.
Friday morning at II o'clock will be
held a monster footbnll rally for the
Kansas game In Memorial Hall. At
11 o'clock classes will be excused, and
it is desired that everyone that can
possibly crowd Into Memorial Hall be
present at this time. The songs and
yells that are now being written will
at that time be completed, and those
which prove to be the best will bo
The Glee Club will be on hand
jassist in the festivities and to give the
i proper rendition of the new songs,
With these "harmony Jerkers" present
i there will be some melody found In
the prize songs, no matter how crude
they may be. Coffee, Meade and Slnke.
I the yell leaders, hae sworn that they
i wlll cause old "U-W-Wnl" and the
newer yells to be given with such
enthusiasm as to strike terror by tele
pathic communication, to the hearts of
the Jayhawkers when speeding onward
Arrangements have been made for
reminiscent speeches from several of
! Coach Stlehm, Captain Frank, the
i assistant coaches, and the entire Corn-
lllliulfftr anilflil nri ulnfnrl tn mnln n four
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b concerning the pros
pects for the annihilation of the Jay
hawker eleven on the following day.
J. N. B.
PREPARING FOR STOCK SHOW
Farm Will 8end Bunch of Steers and
Swine to International 8tock Show
The College of Agriculture fat steer
herd consisting of twelve head of
steers, two two-year-olds, six yearlings,
and four calveB, as well as nine head
of swine, Is being rounded Into shape
for the International Stock Show, No
vember 30. The stock Is now prac
tically In show Bhape, and they put up
a very fine appearance. Students and
all others who are interested are ln
vlted to visit the State Farm and In
spect the barns and stock. W.
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